Daily November 9th, 2014
I’m not sure which is worse – your little darling sinking their razor sharp fangs into your best friend’s child, or your friend’s child leaving a bite mark on your little poppet.
The day my son was told to keep his shoes on at school when he moved into a higher grade, was a dismal day for him.
How often do you say, “I’m fine,” when you are not?
How often do you find yourself really angry and resentful?
When it comes to behaviour, most parents want the same result – a happy, well behaved child. Then why is behaviour an area we often struggle with?
You’ve bitten your nails for ages. You know it’s unsightly, you’ve
tried every remedy available, but still, when you get stressed you
Many people have admitted to a wide variety of habits, from nail-biting to hair twirling, but only one person has had the courage to say “I lie.”
The idea that our emotional, mental and spiritual state has an affect on our physical health is now widely accepted.
Ever found yourself twirling your hair around your finger? Or noticed a colleague playing with their hair?
Ever woken up and felt your jaw to be sore, had a dull headache or earache that disappears as the day wears on, had facial pain or sensitive teeth?
Not me! Well not wolves as such, but I do have other fears that have keep me awake at night, (as most of us do).